In her short tenure at Hoyle Tanner, Jennie has proven herself as a thoughtful leader with an expertise in wastewater engineering. Because of her capabilities and her influence in the industry, she quickly added Vice President to her already prestigious title as a Senior Environmental Engineer. Jennie has had a varied environmental engineering career with a focus on wastewater treatment process engineering as well as drinking water treatment. She has provided engineering services for study, design, and/or construction for over 40 wastewater systems in New England. In addition to senior-level project management and technical leadership at Hoyle Tanner, she works with communities to optimize funding opportunities through programs such as USDA Rural Development, Clean Water State Revolving Funds, ARPA, Northern Borders Regional Commission grants, Lake Champlain Basin Program Section 542 funding, and Congressionally Directed Spending.

Jennie partakes in knowledge sharing like our other leaders. She is on the Board of Directors for Green Mountain Water Environment Association (GMWEA), and is a member of New England Water Environment Association (NEWEA) and Water Environment Federation. She has worked on several presentations and publications over the years focused primarily on wastewater treatment.

Outside the industry, Jennie finds herself in the gorgeous landscape that is Burlington, Vermont with her husband and children. She enjoys traveling, good food and being outdoors.